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Glasshouse, Kirk Sandall - pub details

Address: 1 Doncaster Road, Kirk Sandall, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN3 1HP [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Kirk Sandall (0.3 miles), Hatfield & Stainforth (2.9 miles), Bentley - South Yorkshire (3.8 miles)

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user reviews of Glasshouse, Kirk Sandall

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Sounds like you were unlucky, blue_scrumpy, at the time of your visit.

I paid another visit last week. 4 pumps at the bar, 2 of these were off but clipped so presumably had run out.

On offer was Rocket Fuel by Pennine Brewery (4.3%) and Little John Proper Ale by Home Ales (4.8%).

All real ales £2.55 a pint or £1.30 for a half. I had a half of each, being the wild person that I am, and both were pleasant ales.
RealAleRobUK - 7 Nov 2016 16:26
The Glasshouse is situated near the Pilkington Glass plant. It is an impressive building both inside and out and it was busy on our Sunday afternoon visit. Many were sat outside on a large patio area. Inside was a little quieter and there are numerous TVs that were showing Scottish football. Staff were nice. But the ale selection was disappointing - Tetleys Cask & Robinsons Trooper. Not overly impressed. We moved onto the far superior Doncaster Brewery Tap (not listed on here, but our favourite pub of the day).
blue_scrumpy - 10 Aug 2016 19:34
Visited here in May. All real ales priced at £2.50. 6 hand pumps and at the time of my visit 3 were beers by Old Mill Brewery, one was Theakston Best Bitter, another Fool Hardy by Whole Hop Brewery, and one pump was off.

Went for a pint of Willows Wood (4.2%) by Old Mill Brewery. A pleasant pint though possibly lacking a bit of flavour for my taste.

Next went for a pint of the Fool Hardy (3.8%) by Whole Hop Brewery. Again, not remarkable, perhaps a bit sour tasting, and I struggled to identify with the fruity citrus taste claimed on the pump clip.

I ordered food - the pie menu is excellent value so figured I couldn't go wrong. I had the homemade turkey, leek and ham pie with curly fries and veg. Very enjoyable and reasonably priced.

The pub itself is nice in terms of décor, a mix of leather tub chairs and low tables plus more traditional seating for dining. The music was good too, some old classics being played.

Worth investigating if nearby.
RealAleRobUK - 19 Jun 2015 16:22

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